S StackPower modular/Hot swappable?

I know that StackWise (Stackable Switch) is progressive, which means that if I add a new switch, I don't need to turn off the whole range of switches just to add

But what of the cable StackPower/StackPower?

Yes StackPower is hot as well.

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